You can find Bob on LinkedIn or Twitter. This is our recent interview with him, as part of our Kinsta Kingpin series. Q1: What is your background, & how did you first get involved with WordPress?
Well, I guess that depends how far back you want me to go. I started in freelance graphic design in the mid-1990’s. Shortly after that we opened our first business, Cat’s Eye Marketing, helping small to middle-sized business with branding, marketing, design and copywriting. We did that for close to 17 years. In 2007, after struggling with expanding our reach into web design, I began looking for an easier solution. That was the year I discovered WordPress. By 2008, we were using it to build client sites and by 2010, we had shifted over to WordPress exclusively, dropping all our print clients. That year, I started BobWP, where initially, I did a lot of coaching, training and yes, even support.
Q2: What should readers know about all the stuff you’re doing in WordPress these days?
The focus points now are our blog and the podcast. We have tons of archives from the last 7 years that can help people with almost every aspect of WordPress. Over the last year, we have been moving